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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • reads his Homer and his Aeschylus, and values them in a certain
    • what resounds from ancient European times? He reads his Homer, and
    • the germ of this mechanism was already developing. We see how
    • towards which all these instructions are running. I prefer to read
    • beings, because these people are not ready to take their part in
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • have on this account always opposed the spread of modern natural
    • forbidden to Catholic believers to acknowledge of spread the
    • ancients spoke of Him. But if you read how the Dweller is spoken of
    • friends, if Catholicism were to be the only teaching to spread over
    • as a system, what lies at its basis, human souls have already been
    • further than they already are. For the last three or four centuries
    • of what I read to you yesterday as criticism from an Oriental point
    • being, and which then can spread light over the whole Cosmos.
    • things — not in order to spread dogmatic ideas about an
    • already there from the past. No matter how many Oriental critics
    • what man has already passed through and realises also the necessity

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